Since you didn't post AC, I'll bite. As a forward, I believe in the death penalty (as it should be, not as it is), but am willing to see it discontinued for several reasons. I'm not fanatically in love with the idea.
I am against the death penalty for one simple reason. It gives the government more power than I trust the government with,
Plus there is the nasty trick of the Morning After Pill which is considered a contraceptive but is in reality an Abortion Pill.
Wrong (almost certainly). The best evidence is that "morning after pill" works by preventing fertilisation, not by inducing abortion, as you'd know if you'd read the RA (though of course this is
These church organizations only "pay for abortions" if their members CHOOSE to go get them. Why don't they just TRUST their members not to get abortions?
What have abortions got to do with it? This is about contraception, not abortion.
I suspect the biggest issue isn't technical. At the moment, if a driver drives full speed into a line of kids crossing the road it's the driver who ends up in court. If it's an autonomous self-driving vehicle, it's likely the vehicle manufacturer who ends up in court.
I don't expect the lawyers to allow these vehicles on the road in my lifetime.
Punctuation is applied within the quotation marks, so this should be written as "then."
In US English, true. But in British English the sentence was correctly punctuated as it stood, and putting the stop inside the quotes would be seen as a blunder (or resented as a creeping Americanism).
It does when your wife says she's three month pregnant, and you were on a business trip three months ago.
Good job she came with me, so I didn't have to calculate the relativistic effect of only one of us making the journey.